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hour. flood watches and warnings in affect across southern oregon and northern and central california where the forecasters are warning the waves could reach up to 15'. great conditions for surfing but it is much too dangerous to swim. our chief meteorologist is for this. i have not seen anything this bad for a long-term. rick: and this is the second batch this month. we had northern areas with 10" of rain a couple weeks ago and now they are getting another 10" and maybe another 8" or 10" so big flooding concerns in central california toward lake tahoe to around santa barbara and heavy rain overnight with us all day. it will break up and we will have a reprieve for 24 hours and then we start to see this kick in. this upper level disturbance pulls in the moisture from around hawaii, a rich, tropical moisture, and it will continue. the next big bout comes in on sunday so there is a clearing and we will have heavy rain again. some spots, maybe up to 12" of rain, and it is not a cold event and we are not talking huge snow accumulation on the passes so the roads are okay toward lake tahoe
on september 16, and this is the reaction of innocent people to a youtube clip made in california. if he was going to testify next week as the c.i.a. director he would have been met with a mountain of evidence to contradict what he said under oath so this trigger could have been pulled to save him from perjury or to save the president from severe embarrassment. >>shepard: we have no information to suggest neither of those is right or the reasons such a thing before -- but it appears that could be the outcome. >>judge napolitano: we don't know. the first round of testimony was in secret and the second round of testimony was to be in secret but we know what was leaked from the first round, he called the events that resulted in the murder of four americans, a flash mob rather than a gang of people determined to invade the consulate. >>shepard: a lot of headache here. >>judge napolitano: more will come. there are a lot more pieses to the puzzle which our colleagues will fill in as the days progress. >>shepard: that is my guess. 80,000 homes and businesses in new york have gone two weeks with
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